Philosophy


Developing Mentoring Skills in the Workplace

Mentoring is a relationship between a senior employee and a junior employee not in the same chain of command but in the same specialization, the mentor has to be capable of mentoring and trains himself/herself on mentoring techniques and motivated by passing his/her knowledge to the mentee, the senior employee […]


Developing Coaching Skills for the Workplace

Coaching is an extremely important and helpful tool, and it is necessary to be implemented in an organization correctly. Coaching has different modules that can help in carrying out a successful coaching session, some include: GROW: Short for Goal, Reality, Options, and When/what/where/want. Using GROW can identify the actual issues […]


“Quoted” Exit Interview

Previously I wrote the “Quoted” Interview, and I had fun doing it, so, I decided to go ahead with this “Quoted” Exit Interview.   Please don’t use this as a reference for good answers,,, as it is mostly just for fun. We begin any exit interview with thanking the soon […]


Sectors in Saudi Arabia 3

I seem to be feeling the hostility even while I am writing this, my aim is not to annoy anyone, I aim to clarify the differences, and mention the reasons of choice… also when I am talking about sectors, I mean in the job market sectors Saudi Arabia is the number one […]


Job Titles

I enjoy this topic and continue to chat about it with friends and colleagues, so I decided it is time to write about it. unfortunately wherever you are in this world your social standing is tied very well with your career of choice. I am not here to debate it, it […]


As a Recruiter, What Grind My Gears? Part 2 (Hiring Managers Edition) 1

As a recruiter, I continue to be amazed, and I have talked about potential candidates,,, and now its time to get one step higher, Hiring Managers, I hope a lot of the hiring managers read this. Below you will find a list of behaviors that tend to really hit my nerves:    Before the […]


Should Employers Intervene in Education?

Should HR and employers be more involved in designing education curriculum to better reflect jobs? If so, why? Here I go again on education,,, I know it seems that I am against education,,, or that I always discourage people from continuing their education, but it is the exact opposite, when the destination […]


What is Normal?

What is Normal? Before I can start talking about this subject, I need to define the word and see the accuracy of the definition: Wikipedia defined the word on 03/03/2010 as: In behavior, normal refers to a lack of significant deviation from the average. The phrase “not normal” is often […]